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Found this thumbnail, and I really don’t know when I did it or where (or why!). Believe it or not, I usually have a fairly clear memory of creating all of my work, and that’s what makes this painting so intriguing (to me).
About 10 years ago I spent a lot of time walking all around the city drawing just to draw. Here is one from that time.
is a church on the island of Crete, in Greece. I visited there and made this painting in 2008. A family member from that village is visiting this week and he reminded me of this piece.
A charcoal drawing from a recent session with a model.
I spent some time in a waiting room yesterday. Here is an older man and a boy and his game who were there waiting with me.
Here is a storyboard frame from an art deco-inspired commercial I designed. Have a great weekend.
is what I’ll be playing this morning. Yes, street. No ice, no skates. In fact, I’ve been playing on Sunday mornings for the last few years. Good exercise, competition, laughs.
Here is a ‘rejected’ sketch of some ICE hockey players I drew for an editorial job I worked on a few years ago. You can see the finished illustration here.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Yep, drawing with marks. Have a great week everyone!
Posted with thoughts of warmer weather…
Greg Betza ©2013